How to convert MVI to Quicktime MOV on Mac?
If you have one of Canon PowerShot SX Series, Canon IXus Series, Canon PowerShot S Series, or Canon PowerShot G Series etc, you may get some MVI format files for Canon PowerShot digital cameras save recorded movie files with a name beginning with "MVI_.", but MVI files are not supported by many Mac applications. So if you want to enjoy your MVI files with QuickTime on Mac, you must convert MVI to QuickTime MOV firstly.
However, Converting MVI to QuickTime is not a simple problem, if you want convert MVI to QuickTime in a easy way, you'd better get the third part tool named Mac MVI to QuickTime MOV Converter. With this MVI to QuickTime MOV Mac Converter, you can not only import MVI into QuickTime MOV for Mac with fast speed, excellent A/V sync by keeping the original quality, but also can convert MVI to many other friendly formats like MPG, WMV, MP4, MPEG, DV, etc for playing on iPad/iPad 2, iPod Touch 4g, iPhone 4, iTunes, PSP, etc.
This MVI to Quicktime MOV Mac Converter is so Powerful and professional that it can convert MVI to QuickTime easily and quickly. What's more, it provides us with editing functions which can help you customize your files at your will before converting MVI to formats you want by cropping unwanna clips, trimming videos, merging videos into one, and adjusting effect for your video and other editing functions.
How to convert mvi to QuickTime .mov on Mac?
Step 1: Load mvi video files to MVI to QuickTime Converter for Mac
Free download, install and run Mac MVI to QuickTime Converter, click "Add" button to add MVI files into MVI converter. It support batch conversion.
Step 2: Select output format .mov
In the drop-down list next to "format", select output format QuickTime .mov.
Edit Video: You can only get the desired segments by setting the start time point and end time point.
Crop video clips: Switch to crop window, you can remove unwanted parts around the video.
Step 3: Start convert MVI to QuickTime video files
After all the necessary setting have been done, click "Convert" button to start converting.
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